Amy, 11 years old, tries to escape family dysfunction by joining a free-spirited dance clique named “Cities,” as they build their self-confidence through dance.
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This might sound like a hypothesis from Jeffrey Epstein and R. Kelly, but according to a Netflix account, they have somewhat of a history of making problematic things about kids that no one really likes.
While child sexual abuse plots are at an all-time high, you might think a company would put off a movie that blatantly makes little girls sexual, unless of course, Netflix was part of the global gang that summer in Little Saint James.
The movie poster is so disturbing that parts of 4Chan banned the sharing of its photos for fear that it would lead users on a path toward child sexual abuse.
4chan: is a cesspool of gore, trap imagery, racism, and authoritarianism.— Goaldolf the Red (@Ravanaokc) August 20, 2020
Netflix: its ShowGirls but with preteenz!!
4chan: were a shitty platform, but we have standards!
When 4chan has the morale high ground on you, you fucked up more than I thought possible. pic.twitter.com/ErPx0b5xmm
And when a website known for posting pictures of miscarried fetuses and vomiting-inducing surgical horror stories says your kids’ movie is too much for them, you are likely to admit that you have a problem.
4chan really looked at Netflix and said: pic.twitter.com/N4eMZWchg3— Kuma (@Asstronau_t) August 20, 2020
Netflix has apologized for the offending poster, but so far it appears to be releasing it as planned.
In case you weren’t guessing, the movie is made by some French, who are known to crawl out from time to time.
People at Netflix: guys i have a great idea. What if we… sexualize eleven year olds AND have them in provacative clothing and one girl is twerking— CTSkite (@CtSkite) August 20, 2020
The other people at netflix: perfection
yall cancelled bojack horseman for this be ashamed#cutiesnetflix#cuties
Sex sells … but at what cost? Netflix has come under fire for its frank and exploitative poster promoting the upcoming movie “Cuties”, slated for release on September 9th. The Netflix movie venison from the movie poster appears to portray four young girls as an advertisement for an adult movie, sparking outrage all over social media.
“Cuties” or “Mignonnes,” tells the story of an 11-year-old girl who begins to rebel against the conservative values of her family when she is fascinated by the rowdy dance crew. The French foreign-language film won this year’s International Film Directing Award for French-Senegalese filmmaker Maimouna Doukoure at the Sundance Film Festival. Secure said she decided to make the film to highlight the social media risks of young girls.
“Today, the more attractive and objective a woman is, the more valuable it is in the eyes of social media. And when you are 11 years old, you don’t really understand all of these mechanisms, but you tend to imitate and do the same as others in order to get a similar result, Ducuri said to Senorope. “I think it is urgent that we talk about it and have a discussion about it.”
While this is actually a legitimate and worthy story, not many will get past the initial shock to see the exploitative poster used to promote the movie by Netflix. The original French poster for “Cuties” shows four girls walking down a cobblestone street apparently celebrating life.
In contrast, the Netflix poster features four girls in hot pants and slung t-shirts in super sexy dance poses. In a mythical failure, the Netflix poster ironically clarifies the point the director is trying to raise awareness about – he is exploiting girls for viewing.
It is so revealing that the first major @netflix original to centre young Black girls hinges on explicitly sexualising 11 year old children. Whether it’s acting or music, a sexualised image is too often the price of mainstream success for Black women & girls. Disgraceful. pic.twitter.com/18ItsgIZLb— Sister Outrider (@ClaireShrugged) August 20, 2020
The marketing materials for the new movie “Cuties” feature 11-year-old girls dancing in a sexual way; So, in the famous words of Chris Hansen of NBC’s “To Catch a Predator,” Netflix, why not take a seat there.
The upcoming movie sparked internet outrage after both promotional materials and a synopsis were revealed by the broadcast giant. According to his original description – now altered to satisfy the mob – it follows an 11-year-old girl who begins to “explore her femininity” after becoming “infatuated with the twerking dance crew” she hopes to join.
It was rated R equivalent to TV-MA, or this is tied as it was before Netflix removed the rating, apparently in response to the outrage, and the original American movie poster images, now “ updated ” on Netflix, pics For a tight teen. On her hands and knees with her buttocks suggestive in the air while others bounce or stand in front of the camera.
Netflix WTF IS THIS pic.twitter.com/v4FjZkH7K5— koko (@littlewarior9) August 19, 2020
2020 ‧ Drama/Comedy ‧ 1h 36m
Cuties is a 2020 French teen coming-of-age comedy drama film written and directed by Maïmouna Doucouré on her feature film directorial debut. The film stars Fathia Youssouf, Médina El Aidi-Azouni and Maïmouna Gueye in the lead roles.
Initial release: April 1, 2020 (France)
Director: Maïmouna Doucouré
Producer: Sylvain de Zangroniz
Screenplay: Maïmouna Doucouré
Budget: 4 million USD
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